‘Quantum Of Solace felt like James Bourne’ – the Roger Michell interview

Roger Michell doesn’t like the limelight. He may not be the most high-profile of directors, but he’s the man behind Notting Hill, Enduring Love, Changing Lanes and Venus. His new movie, Morning Glory, sees Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton squabbling on daytime TV. In an interview with Ross McG, he spoke about Ford’s grumpiness, what it’s like chasing down the elusive Bill Murray for a role and why he turned down 007. To read the interview at Metro.co.uk, click HERE or the picture above.

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3 Responses to “‘Quantum Of Solace felt like James Bourne’ – the Roger Michell interview”

  1. Darren Aronofsky and then Roger Mitchell? McG is on fire! Another great interview 🙂 Bill Murray as FDR would be genius.

  2. You’re on a roll Mr McG! I love Notting Hill but haven’t got around to seeing Morning Glory yet. Ha..ha.. I feel the same way about Quantum, James Bourne is an apt description.

  3. […] McG interviews Darren Aronofsky and Roger Mitchell! (Ross v […]

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